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  • BOOK REVIEW: 'The Goldfinch'

    By Corinna Lothar - Special to The Washington Times

    It takes good writing and a plot that doesn't fizzle out by Page 400 to write a nearly 800-page novel. Donna Tartt has succeeded admirably in her new, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, "The Goldfinch." Published April 18, 2014 Comments

  • BOOK REVIEW: 'The Remedy'

    By Martin Rubin - Special to The Washington Times

    If almost everyone knows Arthur Conan Doyle as the creator of Sherlock Holmes, few remember today that he was actually a medical practitioner, even though his training and experience permeate the stories. Published April 17, 2014 Comments

  • OBENSHAIN: How the unions strike gold on the Silver Line

    By Mark D. Obenshain

    Last week, the contractor for the first phase of the Silver Line Metro extension certified that Phase One was complete. The Silver Line will eventually take riders deep into Loudoun County, beyond Washington Dulles International Airport. Published April 17, 2014 Comments

  • LAMBRO: Tiring of Obama's bogus brand

    By Donald Lambro

    Barack Obama is getting a number of critical report cards about his foreign and domestic policies lately — signs that America is tiring of his presidency. Published April 17, 2014 Comments

  • ALLARD: Brushing up on the Cold War with Putin, Ukraine

    By Ken Allard

    How much trouble are we in as the Russian bear re-emerges as apex predator and eyes the Ukraine? Published April 17, 2014 Comments

  • PRUDEN: When a bored president just 'mails it in'

    By Wesley Pruden - The Washington Times

    Like it or not, the world is a dangerous place, and getting more so. None of the portents look good. Vladimir Putin not so subtly says, in ever louder voice, that he's in charge of events now, and the rest of the world should just get used to it. Published April 17, 2014 Comments

  • KEENE: Familiar refrains from Britain's 'Tea Party'

    By David Keene - The Washington Times

    Americans have the Tea Party, which isn't a party at all, but British establishmentarians are worried about a similar movement that is an actual party. Published April 17, 2014 Comments

  • OVERBECK: Easter's message to the secularist

    By Joy Overbeck

    Now that a CEO can be forced from his job because he once contributed to a pro-heterosexual-marriage campaign, and a baker cannot legally refuse to bake a cake celebrating a "wedding" that he believes violates God's law, don't look for secularists to pause from their labors on Good Friday. Published April 17, 2014 Comments

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